I added an SFChart inside a ScrollViewer control along with other items like stack panel, grids etc. on Windows Mobile device running Windows 10 UWP when the scrolling (swipe) gesture starts on the SFChart, I cannot scroll the contents of the page, but when it starts outside (any other windows control, I'm able to scroll.
By making this IsHitTestVisible property as false, it suppresses the interactive behaviors of the chart.
SSSalvatore Salpietro May 31, 2016 12:35 AM UTC
Thanks very much for the reply.
Your solution worked perfectly, but I also found another solution using ManipulationMode="System"
What is the difference between the two? Does it matter which one to use?
DADevi Aruna Maharasi Murugan Syncfusion Team May 31, 2016 11:21 AM UTC
Thanks for your update.
We can set ManipulationMode as System in the chart to resolve the scroll problem in the scroll viewer. While setting the ManipulationMode as System, all the manipulation events are handled. But when we disable IsHitTestVisible, the hit test result of the element will not be returned.